Lee Bum Soo and Children So Eul and Da Eul Pose for MilK Magazine

Hyo Kyung Kim, April 2, 2016, 10:06 a.m.

Korean actor Lee Bum Soo and his two children So Eul and Da Eul are the latest stars to pose for MilK Magazine.  The Lee family is the newest edition to the KBS hit variety reality series ‘The Return of Superman’.  Superman is Back is a South Korean reality-variety show that airs on KBS2. Celebrity dads are left to care for their kids alone for 48 hours without the help of anyone, while their wives leave the home to enjoy some relaxing time off.

The wives are shown leaving the home before the 48 hours begins and coming back to greet their family once the 48 hours have ended. During the 48 hours the dads and children are either doing a task the wives have written out for the dads to complete or the dads exploring new activities with their kids. Occasionally celebrity friends of the dads will stop by to interact with the kids.

Lee Bum Soo is a South Korean actor. He is well known for his role in SinglesGiantOn AirSurgeon Bong Dal-hee, as well as in History of a Salaryman. Lee enrolled in the Department of Theater at Chung-ang University in Seoul in 1988. He made his acting debut in the 1990 film Kurae, Kakkumun Hanulul Boja (Yes, Let’s Look Up At the Sky Now and Again).

 Following his debut, he appeared in films including The Ginkgo BedCity of the Rising SunThe AnarchistsJungle Juice and Wet Dreams, but it was the 2003 film Singles that made him rise to stardom. The Korean press has dubbed him "The Little Giant of Chungmuro" (Korean equivalent of Hollywood). He received a 2011 Seoul Art & Culture Award for best TV drama actor for his role in Giant.

Lee Beom-soo got married for the first time in 2003 but divorced after four months. In 2010, he married Lee Yoon-jin, an English interpreter, who taught him English. Shortly after the May ceremony, they announced that they were expecting their first child. Their daughter, So-eul, was born on March 1, 2011. On February 21, 2014 their first son was born,

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